Electronic Restoration

Timing is critical once electronic equipment has been compromised by smoke, soot, water and other contaminants because the damaging corrosion process begins immediately. It is estimated that 60-70% of the equipment can be placed back into operation if the restoration process is started right away. After a fire or water event, electronic equipment can be restored for 10- 30% less than the cost of replacing with new equipment.

Smoke residue is acidic and creates corrosion to metal, glass, plastics and of all types of substrates. Soot when combined with water or high humidity conditions exponentially increases the acidic strength. Chlorides, sulfides and bromides are active and must be halted by immediate cleaning or sealing, by immersion or spraying of surfaces in a protective coating.

We are staffed with technicians trained in the procedures to properly restore electronic equipment. We will evaluate the electronic equipment to determine if it can be restored.

From the evaluation, the restoration process continues with

  • Electronic Restoration criteria
  • Determine contamination that can be removed
  • Establish cleaning procedure
  • Restore electronics

Our technicians will decontaminate, deodorize, remove moisture, control corrosion and restore equipment inside and out to pre-event condition. Abatement Restoration Specialists guarantees privacy, security and confidentiality of all equipment restored.